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Eastern Europe

Buying Rare and Antiquarian Books in Poland.

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Will you be traveling to Poland anytime soon? There's no better country in Eastern Europe to seek out rare and antiquarian books, and in fact, we're pretty well convinced that Kraków and Warsaw contain some of our favorite rare bookshops in the world.

Collecting

Buying Rare and Antiquarian Books in Costa Rica.

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Buying used, rare, and antiquarian books in Costa Rica's capital city of San Jose can be quite a challenge, but not because of a dearth of bookstores. Rather, unlike many cities in various parts of the world packed that are packed with bookshops, San Jose streets don't have numbers that allow visito

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rs unfamiliar with the city's directional methods to locate with ease their intended destinations.

Booksellers

Buying Rare and Antiquarian Books in Seoul.

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If you're traveling to Korea and are considering some rare book shopping, we recommend dedicating at least one full day in Seoul to explore the city's bookstores and rare books market. While most of the antiquarian bookstores specialize in Korean-language texts - in other words, you'll need to know

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some Korean, either written or verbal, to have a good chance of locating an author you've set out to find - several of the book-buying options in South Korea's capital city also have books written in other East Asian languages, as well as in English and other Western languages. Earlier this year, we spent a week tracking down the best rare book shopping options that the city had to offer.

Literature

Collecting - Postwar Germany in the Works of W.G. Sebald.

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Whose role is it to write postwar German fiction? Since World War II ended, numerous writers of great acclaim have come out of West Germany and the GDR, and later from reunified Germany. For instance, you might be familiar with the works of the West German novelists Heinrich Böll and Günter Grass, o

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r with the GDR literature of Christa Wolf. While many writers of the immediate postwar period returned to the rise of Nazi Germany and its aftermath in their works, W.G. Sebald is a bit of an interesting case.

Travel

Collecting Indigenous Sámi Literature.

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If you've read anything about Sámi culture or literature recently, it may have been through Vendela Vida's novel Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name: A Novel (2007). While many works of indigenous literature have received international acclaim over the last century, Sámi fiction and poetry has r

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emained relatively obscured from global readership. In case you're not familiar with Sámi history or culture, we can give you a brief background. The Sámi are an indigenous group with geographic ties to the Arctic regions of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia.

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Item for sale Ross, Bob

The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross, Volume V.

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Bob Ross Publications, Reston, Virginia, 1986. 11" x 8.5" First printing. 76 p.p. Soft cover, staple bound. Minimal wear to covers and interior is bright and clean. Colour images of Ross's paintings along with those of Dana Jester, Audrey Golden, Joyce Ortner, and Ferne Sirois, with B&W photos demon

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strating each step of how to paint them. A detailed instructional oil painting guide based on the TV series "The Joy of Painting." [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

Bookseller : Minotavros Books, ABAC/ILAB $ 20 Buy from: AbeBooks